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Choose your favourite works at the Whitworth
Help our art gallery pick some of its best-loved works to exhibit when it reopens on 14 February.
Youngest children and poorer households worst hit by selective cuts
The 'Social Policy in a Cold Climate' report finds it is the poor, not the rich, who have carried the burden of austerity.
Graphene: isolated in Manchester, innovated in Britain
James Baker, Business Director for Graphene@Manchester, writes about the forthcoming Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre.
Holocaust lesson vital in wake of Charlie Hebdo attacks
The University's Bogdanow Lectures, coinciding with Holocaust Memorial Day (27 January), will examine lessons from World War II.
Cosmic radio burst caught red-handed
An international team including Manchester astronomers have for the first time captured a ‘fast radio burst’ happening live.
Fall in love again: Whitworth reopens on 14 February
Our Whitworth Art Gallery reopens on Valentine’s Day with a weekend of celebrations.
Humanitarian and medical expert returns from Ebola centres
Mukesh Kapila CBE, Professor of Global Health and Humanitarian Affairs at the University, has been visiting Sierra Leone and Liberia.
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